> Be aware of your surroundings. Use your brain.
> Youth under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
> Stand with your feet just behind the shooting line while shooting.
> Do not shoot diagonally across the range towards a target. No high draws.
> Always draw the bow pointed toward the target, with or without arrows.
> Never dry-fire a bow (let go of the string without an arrow being nocked).
> Wait behind the shooting line until all archers are finished shooting and the signal ‘ALL CLEAR’ to collect is given.
> Be respectful of shooters on the shooting line.
> Be respectful of other archer’s equipment and never handle another archer’s equipment without permission.
> Three arrows is the standard number for an end, if time permits more may be shot but do not hold up other shooters
> You must clean up after yourself - pick up all debris.
> Unauthorized use of the Barn is not permitted.
> When using Barn equipment, respect it and treat it as if it was your own.
> You must follow the range officer's instructions.
> Be patient with those teaching beginners and beginners shooting on their own. We all started somewhere!
> Use the barn at your own risk.
In case of EMERGENCY call 911.
Code of Ethics
> As Archers, we will respect the full due of all others in matters of their normal social
rights and privileges, their privacy, and their property.
> As Archers, we will respect the rules of safety applicable to our sport. Furthermore, we
will most highly respect both the laws written to prescribe its legal pursuit and those
usages, written or unwritten.
> As Archers, we will respect our worldly environment, persistently seeking to maintain or
improve its established ecology.
> As Archers, we will respect the need for such ethical conduct among the young or the
uninitiated and will endeavour to pass onto others all the skills, attitudes, and
knowledge essential to good sportsmanship.